Kensington Palace denies Meghan and Kate feud

Wearing a black outfit, the 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex attended the Association of Commonwealth Universities' gathering of university leaders, academics, and global scholarship students at King's College London on Wednesday.

Meghan Markle made a surprise appearance at an academic meeting to discuss how higher education can improve lives.

Meghan's situation has come to a head following reports she was "rude" and "bossy".

Seven months since she became an official member of the royal family, the Duchess of Sussex has seemingly adapted very well to the role, having recently taken on her first solo project with the release of the "Together" cookbook.

Pippa Evans will play Meghan, while Richie Webb and Dave Lamb have also been cast in the short production, which is one of two episodes of the 15 Minute Musicals series.

This is something rare since the palace doesn't normally comment on personal matters and didn't respond on previous alleged incidents, such as Kate being "left in tears" before Harry and Meghan's wedding.

Kate was spotted wearing the sleek ensemble as she arrived in Cyprus alongside Prince William to Christmas presents to overseas airmen at Akrotiri RAF base.

Kensington Palace denies Meghan and Kate feud
Kensington Palace denies Meghan and Kate feud

PEOPLE are reporting that the Royal Fab Four will be joining Queen Elizabeth at Sandringham for Christmas this year.

And she says her friend hasn't changed one bit since becoming Prince Harry's wife and one of the most famous women in the world.

Meghan Markle and Michelle Obama reportedly met up in London.

When asked for comment on the allegation that the whole tense almost year-long argument between the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex began when Meghan spoke rudely to one of Kate's staff and Kate had a go at her for it, Kensington Palace simply told The Sun: 'This never happened'. But since Markle is an American, she may not be amenable to this British tradition.

And as for the 23-time Grand Slam champion's most succinct piece of advice about giving birth?

"The pressure you feel ― from yourself and from others ― can sometimes feel like a lot", she said.

  • Jacqueline Ellis